Today I speak with author and animal welfare lawyer Fred M. Kray about his book on the death of the legendary racehorse Alydar. Kray shares the story of how he became interested in animal law and his journey investigating the suspicious circumstances surrounding Alydar’s death in 1990. The conversation covers the financial pressures facing Alydar’s owner, Calumet Farm, and the involvement of Lloyds of London in the investigation. Kray’s book is organized like a trial, with the reader kept in suspense until the end. Tune in for an intriguing conversation about a mystery that remains unsolved to this day.
Plus, I review “Oranges for Magellan” by Richard Martin, a quirky novel about Joe Magellan, a man with an obsession to climb… flagpoles! Enjoy today’s episode and share it with your friends.
Buy “Broken” by Fred M. Kray: https://amzn.to/3KoIeEC
Buy “Oranges for Magellan” by Richard Martin: https://amzn.to/3XK6i7W